News and insight
In this insight, HESA researchers introduce a new geographical mobility marker and explore the added value it could bring when examining graduate trajectories/outcomes.
HESA’s new graduate mobility marker identifies the movements of graduates from home, to education, to employment using local authority data. Research finds that graduates who stay in their home region are likely to move for work within it and those who return to work in their local area are least likely to have a high opinion of their jobs.
Finance data for 56 English HE providers for 2021/22 is now published on the HESA website.
New working paper provides further analysis of HESA's new measure of disadvantage.
7 November 2022 marks the end of an era in our data collection history: the sign-off date of the last Student and Student Alternative records as we know them.
Graduates who are more positive about the design and nature of the work they do are more likely to be happy, as well as to report their life to be worthwhile and satisfying.
Graduate wellbeing: How does the design and nature of work relate to life evaluations and present emotions?
In this insight, HESA researchers explore whether there are any differences in how a particular aspect of employment quality is associated with various measures of wellbeing.
What data analysis would support better understanding of the challenges faced and the contributions made by the sector in the race to Net Zero?
The two tertiary education sector bodies officially join forces from 4 October 2022.
As the autumn approaches, you are submitting your final (legacy) Student/Student Alternative returns. As we look ahead to the first 22056 (Data Futures) Student return, we want to share some reminders and tips.